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Bipartisan House group praises Senate immigration bill

There are 22 comments on the Central Ohio story from Apr 17, 2013, titled Bipartisan House group praises Senate immigration bill. In it, Central Ohio reports that:

A bipartisan group of House members that have been secretly meeting for years to negotiate a sweeping immigration bill on Wednesday praised a just-released Senate proposal to overhaul immigration laws and grant eventual citizenship to millions of people in the country illegally.

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Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#1 Apr 17, 2013
What a shock! Republicans and Democrats have secretly been planning amnesty for years.
This is your "transparency in government".
I wonder what other plans to screw the average working American for the benefit of the wealthy they are working on now that they have the support of those they are exploiting.
Things that only a few years ago Americans died to protect us against are now being accepted as a good thing.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#2 Apr 17, 2013
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
What a shock! Republicans and Democrats have secretly been planning amnesty for years.
This is your "transparency in government".
I wonder what other plans to screw the average working American for the benefit of the wealthy they are working on now that they have the support of those they are exploiting.
Things that only a few years ago Americans died to protect us against are now being accepted as a good thing.
What Amnesty has the definition of that word changes? to [a]Expulsion of unqualified people:[b] if qualified 10 years of hard work paying taxes without representation in addition paying hefty fines and fees back taxes[c] in summary creating an under class in a land where pets are being treated better, that is what some call Amnesty today in America.
mel101

United States

#3 Apr 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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What Amnesty has the definition of that word changes? to [a]Expulsion of unqualified people:[b] if qualified 10 years of hard work paying taxes without representation in addition paying hefty fines and fees back taxes[c] in summary creating an under class in a land where pets are being treated better, that is what some call Amnesty today in America.
i agree!.. plus these ppl are not getting any government assistance and they still have to pay the taxes..seriously what more some ppl want..blood!?
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#4 Apr 17, 2013
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
What a shock! Republicans and Democrats have secretly been planning amnesty for years.
This is your "transparency in government".
I wonder what other plans to screw the average working American for the benefit of the wealthy they are working on now that they have the support of those they are exploiting.
Things that only a few years ago Americans died to protect us against are now being accepted as a good thing.
Refresh my memory. I do not recall when "Americans died" to protect us from minor revisions to immigration law.
nym8387

Washington, DC

#5 Apr 17, 2013
mel101 wrote:
<quoted text>i agree!.. plus these ppl are not getting any government assistance and they still have to pay the taxes..seriously what more some ppl want..blood!?
no,just deportation.This bill is DOA
nym8387

Washington, DC

#6 Apr 17, 2013
Memo From Turner wrote:
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Refresh my memory. I do not recall when "Americans died" to protect us from minor revisions to immigration law.
no one is going to die for something that's not going to happen
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#7 Apr 17, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>no one is going to die for something that's not going to happen
Try to focus. that had nothing to do with my post or the other person's comments.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#8 Apr 17, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text> no,just deportation.This bill is DOA
Regardless of the harsh conditions set forth by the Senate it would better off for both opposing in accepting it than rejecting it rather than to have the status quo no reform = same old, same old and maybe worst the choice is yours.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#10 Apr 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Regardless of the harsh conditions set forth by the Senate it would better off for both opposing in accepting it than rejecting it rather than to have the status quo no reform = same old, same old and maybe worst the choice is yours.
It will be the status quo. Millions will get amnesty by paying a token fine while those who do not qualify stay anyway and continue to live the thug life. Like before millions more will come here illegally with no fear of punishment or even deportation to work for employers who will not hire legal workers and pay the costs of doing business legally.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#12 Apr 17, 2013
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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It will be the status quo. Millions will get amnesty by paying a token fine while those who do not qualify stay anyway and continue to live the thug life. Like before millions more will come here illegally with no fear of punishment or even deportation to work for employers who will not hire legal workers and pay the costs of doing business legally.
Now pray for God's help and seek his redemption through "love thy neighbor as thy self"
Juan

Lodi, CA

#13 Apr 17, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>no one is going to die for something that's not going to happen
There you are puto!!! What's it gonna be!!!
nym8387

Washington, DC

#14 Apr 17, 2013
Juan wrote:
<quoted text> There you are puto!!! What's it gonna be!!!
waiting for you to show up,but that's not going to happen and you know it mojado sin futuro
nym8387

Washington, DC

#15 Apr 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Regardless of the harsh conditions set forth by the Senate it would better off for both opposing in accepting it than rejecting it rather than to have the status quo no reform = same old, same old and maybe worst the choice is yours.
Enforcement of current laws is all that's needed
Juan

Lodi, CA

#16 Apr 17, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text> waiting for you to show up,but that's not going to happen and you know it mojado sin futuro
HA HA!! Culo words of fear! Sooner or later! That will teach you a lesson! I will find you! You're slick! Even my geek buddy's are having trouble tracking you!!!
nym8387

Washington, DC

#17 Apr 17, 2013
Juan wrote:
<quoted text> HA HA!! Culo words of fear! Sooner or later! That will teach you a lesson! I will find you! You're slick! Even my geek buddy's are having trouble tracking you!!!
yes,when they give you the CT address I want you to go for it,hahahahahahaha

“"One for the claws"”

Since: Jul 10

Sin City,U.S.A.

#19 Apr 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Regardless of the harsh conditions set forth by the Senate it would better off for both opposing in accepting it than rejecting it rather than to have the status quo no reform = same old, same old and maybe worst the choice is yours.
What hard conditions? The minute the Hispanics start screaming "We want total amnesty or we no vote for you" the Democrats will give them just that. Back taxes? What a joke there. These are poor people only working the jobs no-one else will. Isn't that what you claim? This means low wages and thus puts them in a lower tax bracket. Then they'll claim they have a dozen bambinos,which many probably do,this means they'll end up paying very little in taxes. And once they file for EIC at the end of the year they''ll get that back and more. Both parties are just pandering for votes. Both are a bunch of morons. This country is going to be in deep sh*t economy wise very soon and they are trying to hasten it.

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#20 Apr 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Regardless of the harsh conditions set forth by the Senate it would better off for both opposing in accepting it than rejecting it rather than to have the status quo no reform = same old, same old and maybe worst the choice is yours.
We don't need reform.

We don't need status quo.

We need enforcement of our present laws, without exception!
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#22 Apr 18, 2013
Bama Yankee wrote:
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We don't need reform.
We don't need status quo.
We need enforcement of our present laws, without exception!
Sadly your need as it is with a few other is very impractical and impossible to actualize,so supporting something that would really work for both sides may be the wisest thing one could do now.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#23 Apr 18, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Now pray for God's help and seek his redemption through "love thy neighbor as thy self"
If I tied that her husband would get mad.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#24 Apr 18, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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What Amnesty has the definition of that word changes? to [a]Expulsion of unqualified people:[b] if qualified 10 years of hard work paying taxes without representation in addition paying hefty fines and fees back taxes[c] in summary creating an under class in a land where pets are being treated better, that is what some call Amnesty today in America.
Try it again in English, Spanish or Italian. I do not speak gibberish.

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